my tummy is calling; is yours?
I wrote about a charity bake I did recently in my previous blog post, where I was tasked with making about 70 jars of cornflake cookies and chocolate chip cookies. Here’s the recipe for the chocolate chip cookies!
Deepavali! The word alone brings back memories for me. Suddenly I can visualise myself throughout my childhood – most of it centering around food, of course!
I used only 3 ingredients to make wonderful tasting scones! And I always share my bakes with my friends, but these scones – so sorry my friends – didn’t have enough to share!
Everyone who have tried my cake always asks for more and more.
Friends always request eggless cakes from me and this is for them.
This is definitely one of my all-time quick payasams (payasam is creamy sweet porridge in the Tamil language)…
Rarely can I keep it more than 3 days – it just vanishes into someone’s stomach!
I bake many kinds of cupcakes as it can be eaten simply on its own, but when you add some icing, it elevates the cupcake to a whole new level!
This is a traditional cake usually made by Eurasians. My mum had an Eurasian friend and her family used to make this cake for all special occasions.
Ondeh Ondeh’s main trick is that you need to put 1 whole Ondeh Ondeh into your mouth and let the explosion of melted gula Melaka oozing out mingle with the fluffy sweet potato – so satisfying!
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